Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | October 2, 2017

Sunday School – The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit

Join us for Adult Sunday school in the Conference Room from 9:10 to 9:50.  You’ll hear the wonders of the Holy Spirit taught by Dan Nelson.  You won’t want to miss it.

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Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | October 2, 2017

Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes

The shoeboxes are here and will be available Sunday, October 15th.  Please be sure to pick up one or two, fill it and return it to the church.  You will make a child very happy.  It may be the only gift they receive.

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Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | October 2, 2017

Choir Practice

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Choir practice will begin tomorrow evening at 6:00.  You’ll not want to miss this fun time with Gordon and Carol.  No auditions, just show up and sing to your hearts content.

 

Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | October 2, 2017

Pastor Appreciation Sunday

Join us this Sunday and show your appreciation for Pastor John.  Lunch will be provided around 11:15 (after the service).

Pastor Appreciation

Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | October 2, 2017

Ladies Bible Study on Ruth

Ladies Bible Study on Ruth

Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | March 15, 2017

In the quiet of the morning – Bay Presbyterian Church

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Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | August 22, 2016

Brown Bag Sunday

Cafe of Life Brown Bag Sunday Aug 2016

Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | May 28, 2016

Mortification of Sin

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Posted by: Bay Presbyterian Church | April 23, 2016

Why should it be necessary to ask God for anything?

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george_macdonald_01.jpgWhat if God knows Prayer to be the thing we need first and most?  What if the main object in God’s idea of prayer be the supplying of our great, and our endless need — the need of Himself?  Hunger may drive the runaway child home, and he may or may not be fed at once, but he needs his mother more than his dinner.  Communion with God is the one need of the soul beyond all other need; prayer is the beginning of that communion, and some need is the motive of that prayer.  So begins a communion, talking with God, a coming-to-one with Him, which is the sole end of prayer.   — George MacDonald

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